A Cable access program produced on behalf of the Northern Middlesex Bar Association of Massachusetts by Ernie Hyde. This episode was an interview with Attorneys Anna Eliot and Donalda Vaccaro on the Juvenile Court System in Massachusetts. Topics: Juvenile Court, court, legal
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Baker, Harvey Humphrey, 1869-1915, Massachusetts. Juvenile Court (Boston) Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=1bUXAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Harvey Humphrey Baker : man and judge, by R.M. Cushman.--Judge Baker's review of the first five years of the Boston juvenile court.--Statistics, for purposes of comparison, of the second five years.--Judge Baker on the procedure of the Boston juvenile court.--The work of the Judge Baker foundation, by William Healy and Augusta F. Bronner Topics: Baker, Harvey Humphrey, 1869-1915, Massachusetts. Juvenile Court (Boston)
The Rules for Care and Protection of Children with the Standing Orders of the Massachusetts Juvenile Court. Published by the Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries. Download EPUB for mobile devices with ereader app. Download MOBI for Kindle devices and apps. Download PDF for laptops and desktops. Topics: court rules, Massachusetts rules of court, juvenile court
Yesterday on Around and about, we talked to Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Suzanne Bailey on the state allowing children to fall through the cracks. She explained one way for us to ban together as a community to fight the increase in Juvenile crime over the past 20 years and to help children in the community is to all ban together in a collaborative effort to address the issue. One way to do that, she says, is by volunteering through the Juvenile Court System. Topics: Hamilton County Juvenile Court, juvenile crime, Chattanooga, budget cuts, foster care, Julie Steele
Juvenile crime has gone up and down during the past two years in Hamilton County. That according to the Hamilton County Juvenile Court annual report. That report indicates that in 2009, there were no murders charges attributed to juveniles compared to one in 2008; 373 assaults, compared to 481 in 2008; 102 aggravated assaults, compared to 89; 10 arson-related charges compared to 4; and 147 charges of possession of a controlled substance compared to 169; and 24 thefts of over 10,000 dollars... Topics: Hamilton County Juvenile Court, juvenile crime, Chattanooga, budget cuts, foster care, Julie Steele
Yesterday on around and about, Juvenile Court Judge Suzanne Bailey discussed juvenile crime and what Hamilton county is doing about it. Today she discusses how changes in the family structure has led to an increase in juvenile crime and how families can combat that. She also discusses corporal punishment. Bailey says family has to be defined in different ways than it was, say, 20 years ago and adds that critics are quick to blame parents for their children becoming involved in criminal... Topics: Hamilton County Juvenile Court, juvenile crime, Chattanooga, budget cuts, foster care, Julie Steele
Bette Davis plays the girlfriend of a bootlegger (Pat O'Brien) who befriends a teenager (Junior Dirkin) and gives him a job. But when the boy is arrested and won't reveal his boss, he's thrown into an cruel juvenile work camp. 1932. Topics: podcast, description, blind, vision-impaired, drama, bette davis, pat o'brien, juvenile court, crime
By Sophonisba P. Breckinridge and Edith Abbott; with an introduction by Julia C. Lathrop. From the Brittle Books digitization program at the Ohio State University Libraries. Topics: Illinois Juvenile Court (Cook County), Child welfare -- Illinois -- Chicago, Juvenile delinquency...
byU.S. Dept. of Labor, Children's Bureau. Lenroot, Katherine F
This report was transmitted to the Congress in 1925. It is based on the organization and methods of 10 juvenile courts in different parts of the country serving cities of over 100,000 but less than 1,000,000 population. It was designed primarily to discover successful methods of juvenile court work. This report led to discussions on on juvenile court standards and formulation by a committee of judges, probation officers and others directly concerned with juvenile court work, of the standards... Topics: juvenile court, juvenile justice, judges, child study, child welfare, children's bureau
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Breckinridge, Sophonism Preston, 1866- [from old catalog], Chicago. Juvenile court. [from old... Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=lehgj_L0epcC&oe=UTF-8
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Jimmy and Shorty try to get word out to Kelly (Pat O'Brien) about their treatment at the reform school, but when the plan goes very wrong, Jimmy makes a desperate move to save his friend's life. moviesfortheblind.com Topics: podcast, description, blind, vision-impaired, drama, bette davis, pat o'brien, junior dirkin,...
byTrimarco, Thomas H; Burke, John F; Massachusetts. Superior Court
...describes undesirable physical conditions at the Old and New Suffolk County Courthouses in downtown Boston; also describes the working conditions of the Boston Juvenile Court, the Land Court, the District Attorney's Office , the Office of the Clerk for Civil Business of the Superior Court, the Boston Municipal Court, the Registry of Probate and Probate Court, the jury pooling facilities and Superior Court, all of which are housing in the Old and/or New Courthouse; includes recommendations; a... Topics: Massachusetts. Juvenile Court (Boston), Massachusetts. Land Court, Massachusetts. Municipal Court...
(Marquette, Michigan) - Northern Michigan teens are on a mission to protect pollinators by helping butterflies and restoring native plants to areas of the Upper Peninsula. Perhaps the best know pollinators are bees - like honey bees and bumble bees. Billions of these bees are dying across the world in a syndrome called Colony Collapse Disorder. Bees are disappearing and it's not clear why - although human impact on the environment are among the suspected causes like pesticides and global... Topics: Waiting for Wings, Poet Lois Ehlert, Author Lois Ehlert, Lois Ehlert, author, poet, illustrator,...